Each menu item is like a Renaissance whirly-gig of different elements, many of which involve multiple steps to prepare. Mr. Swischuk, who after becoming stifled by the stale fart air of academia entered the California Culinary Academy (graduating in 2008), credits his long years in the field of architecture to his approach to building a sandwich.
I almost don’t want to write about Lou’s Cafe because the more people who know about it, the more people will check it out and inevitably come back again and again — that’s how good the sandwiches are. But then I thought about the fact that Lou’s is in the
In this divided world some topics will never reach grand consensus. The proper global economic model, the definition of art, what combination of disorders and fever dreams account for Lyndon LaRouche– all oft-debated and never concluded. The biggest one of all, though, may be what constitutes the proper sandwich making
Market SF combines two of my favorite things: alcohol and art! When don’t they go together?! Happily, each and every Saturday the two combine to help local artists and designers find patrons, and vice versa. Even if you can’t afford the art it’s a great opportunity to learn you some
Of course Dolores is the awesomest park to see and be seen in the city, but contrary to popular hipster belief, things exist outside of the Mission. There are parks in other neighborhoods, including mine. Its name is Alamo Square Park. Yes, there are some tourists. Yes, sometimes it’s a